Physics for the rest of us: ten basic ideas of twentieth-century physics that everyone should know-- and how they have shaped our culture and consciousness

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Contemporary Books, 1992 - Science - 371 pages
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Offers a humanistic and cultural view of modern physics

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A fun and informative introduction to modern physics for the general reader. One of the best parts of this book is its exploration of the philosophical and psychological implications of the new discoveries. Read full review

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The Principle of Relativity
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Space and Time
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